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Abstract

Throughout the present thesis, magnetohydrodynamics (MHD, hereafter) deal with flows of liquid metal which is subjected to the external magnetic fields (MFs, hereafter), and therefore, the fluid flow is treated as incompressible. MHD is relatively young in natural science and engineering starting with the pioneering work of Hartmann (Hg-Dynamics-I, Math-Fys. MLA, 1937, [34]) in liquid metal duct flow under the influence of a strong external MF. Under such circumstances, the motion of the electrically conducting fluids generate the electric current and the Lorentz force, and as a consequence, the flow field is coupled and varied with the induced electromagnetic field. Today the research in MHD maybe subdivided into two purposes, there are on the one hand fluid mechanics and applied mathematics because of its complex flow characteristics, such as the MHD instability and the MHD turbulence, which contain particular dynamic behaviors due to the coupling of the flow field and the electromagnetic field. On the other hand, it is also very important in industrial production processes and technology applications, whose working principle is based on the MHD effects, which may be effective in optimizing and controlling the liquid flows in metallurgical and casting industries. Furthermore, the development of MHD pumping devices and the electromagnetic voltmeter also depends on the research in MHD flows. In addition, MHD has been advanced significantly during the last three decades by efforts to take the massive energy out of magnetic-confinement fusion device, which is thought as the most potential energy in future, and therefore, the flow characteristics and the heat transfer in liquid metal flows such as lithium or lithium lead under the influence of MHD effect deserves more attention. The design and construction of a liquid metal fusion blanket or fusion divertor requires detailed knowledge of MHD duct flows and MHD free surface flows.

Keywords

Magnetic Confinement Fusion Devices Lithium Leads International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) Single Bubble Motion Magnaudet 
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